Indian Clothing Brands to Choose Over International Brands. Here is the list of brands you can choose from
Louis Philippe is a premium Indian brand of men’s apparel. A subsidiary of Madura Fashion & Lifestyle, a division of the Aditya Birla Group, the brand was founded in 1989. Named after Louis Philippe, King of the French from 1830 to 1848, the brand is one of the largest apparel brands in India, as of 2018.
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Raymond Indian Clothing Brand
Raymond Group is an Indian branded fabric and fashion retailer, incorporated in 1925. It produces suiting fabric, with a capacity of producing 31 million meters of wool and wool-blended fabrics.
The group owns apparel brands like Raymond, Raymond Premium Apparel, Park Avenue, Park Avenue Woman ColorPlus & Parx. All the brands are retailed through ‘The Raymond Shop’ (TRS), with a network of over 700 retail shops spread across India and overseas, in over 200 cities.
In 2019, Raymonds announced its venture into real estate business under Raymond Realty. The new venture is poised to start with an investment of Rs. 250 crore (approx $36 million) in developing mid-income and premium housing units on 20 acres of land in the growing suburb of Thane. Raymond group holds over 125 acres of land in this region.
Created in 1992, Spykar is a leading youth fashion denim brand of India. With a penchant for design innovation, new product launches and creating fashion for young India, Spykar is known for its superlative product quality and great fits. Young & Restless at heart, we always aim to deliver emerging hi- street denim trends and fashion staples that resonate with the growing Indian consuming class.
Our range of denims consist of styles which include Purist for the classic lovers to YnR for the contemporary souls. The top-wear collections are season highlights and compliment the vast range of denims for the season.
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Owned by Trent, the retail arm of the Tata Group, Westside is a popular apparel brand in India. Started in 1998, Westside has now covered nearly 50 major cities of India.
www.vanheusenindia.com an initiative of Madura Fashion & Lifestyle, a division of Aditya Birla Fashion and Lifestyle is India’s largest and fastest growing branded apparel companies and a premium lifestyle player in the retail sector. After consolidating its market leadership with its own brands, it introduced premier international labels, enabling Indian consumers to buy the most prestigious global fashionwear and accessories within the country.
Flying Machine – India. We are India’s first home bred jeans brand, owned by Arvind mills’ garments division. … Launched in 1980, at a time when only smuggled jeans were available. Cornered substantial market with innovations of Indian fit, a ‘guaranteed brand’ available at a decent price.
Blackberrys is an Indian formal wear brand owned by Mohan Clothing Co. Pvt Ltd. It was established in 1991 and mainly caters to men. As of August 2011, the Blackberrys brand “has 21 franchise stores, 94 company-owned showrooms and is present in over 900 multi-brand outlets”.
Gini & Jony
Gini & Jony is an Indian kid’s fashion brand, promoted by the Lakhani brothers, since 1980. The brand sells apparel through a mix of company-owned and franchisee outlets, and is currently present in 106 cities with 200 exclusive brand outlets and other large format multi-brand stores, like Shoppers Stop, Lifestyle Stores, Pantaloons etc. While the promoter group holds the majority stake in the organization, the company is partially owned (22%) by Anil Ambani‘s Reliance Capital.
Manyavar is a men’s ethnic wear brand founded in India by entrepreneur Ravi Modi in 1999 under his company Vedant Fashions.
Manyavar offers Sherwanis, Kurtas and indo-western clothing for men. The brand started with a 150 sq feet shop in Kolkata and has now expanded to over 570  stores across 180 cities in India and Abroad.
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Mufti is Mumbai, India based men clothing fashion brand, which was founded by Kamal Khushlani in 1998. The company was started thanks to a RS 10,000 loan from Khushlani’s maternal aunt. It manufactures shirts, jeans, t-shirts, sweatshirts, sweaters and jackets. It is owned and managed by Credo Brands Marketing Private Limited. It owns 1,400 multi brand outlets and 120 large format stores. In July 2018, Mufti signed Kartik Aaryan as a brand ambassador.
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